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How To Create Simple, Yet Intricate Looking Thank You Cards
by Steph Ackerman

How To Create Simple, Yet Intricate Looking Thank You Cards<br/><small> by Steph Ackerman</small> | Rinea
Hi everyone, Steph here today using Rinea Foiled Papers to create a set of simple, yet intricate looking thank you cards.

For my first card, I used an Elizabeth Craft's die to die cut 
Blush/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.  Even though the die is very delicate, the foiled paper die cut easily and in one pass.

Cutting white cardstock to 5" x 5", I placed it on the die cut panel and folded the die cut piece on the score lines.  The adhesive was placed along the score lines and then adhered to the white panel.  The white panel was then inked with Tattered Rose Distress Oxide Ink.   Thanks was also die cut from  Blush/Gold Glossy using a Lawn Fawn die then adhered across the card.

The panel was then matted with light blue cardstock and placed atop a darker blue card with foam adhesives for dimension.

My second card was created from pink cardstock.  A panel of pink was then embossed, die cut and matted with blue cardstock before being added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.

A doily was die cut from Sapphire Starstruck Foiled Paper. and a smaller doily was die cut from  Arctic/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.  The 2 doilies were adhered together and placed atop the embossed panel.

Thanks was die cut from Blush/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper using a Memory Box die and the birds were die cut from Sapphire/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.

Aren't they pretty?
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